Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Vasiliy Vereshchagin

Vasiliy Vereshchagin (1842-1904) was a Russian realist painter who specialized in battle scenes and scenes of travel through Asiatic regions.

After Setbacks (1868)

 At the Fortress Wall. "Let them enter!" (1871)

 Battlefield Near Shipka Pass (1881)

 Bayonet Charge (1895)

 Before Attack near Plevna (1877-78)

 Captured with Arms? Shoot Them! (1895)

 A Crucifixion by the Romans (1887)

 Dressing of the Bride 

 Hemis Monastery in Ladakh (1875)

In Jerusalem. Royal Tombs (1885)

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